A History of Bangladesh has ratings and 11 reviews. Willem van Schendel’s history reveals the country’s vibrant, colourful past and its diverse culture as it. History, anthropology, South Asia and Southeast Asia in Amsterdam. 6 Jun Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Feb 7, , Mustafa Murshed and others published A History of Bangladesh by Willem Van.
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